Latest News on Exoplanets
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Feb 07, 2019
NASA's Kepler discovers new exoplanets that hint at how planets are formedNewly discovered exoplanets with different densities may reveal a unique insight into worlds formation
Dec 25, 2018
Rapidly-vanishing exoplanet spotted by astronomers is the second ever to be observedAstronomers have categorized the pair of diminishing exoplanets under a new category of 'warm Neptunes'.
Dec 04, 2018
Astronomers discover 104 exoplanets, may help develop field of life in universeExoplanets or extrasolar planets revolve around stars other than the Sun.
Sep 10, 2018
An exoplanet twice Earth's size has been discovered 145 light years awayThe discovery of Wolf 503b offers a rare opportunity to study a planet unlike any in our system.
Aug 08, 2018
NASA’s planet-hunter TESS catches a comet flying by on its first day on the jobThe comet's tail seems to pivot due to solar wind as it moves across the field of view
Aug 01, 2018
What makes planets 'habitable' questioned, widening prospects of finding othersEarth's volcanoes are found at the border of tectonic plates, which scientists believed were necessary for life.
Jul 12, 2018
Why NASA's James Webb Telescope will study gas giants before looking for aliensThe team expects to find water, carbon monoxide, and carbon dioxide on WASP-79b, a prospective habitable planet
Mar 12, 2018
Google AI models which helped NASA discover exoplanets, are now available for everyoneThe TensorFlow model decoded massive sets of data from NASA's Kepler Space Telescope to discover two exoplanets last year
Feb 08, 2018
Are we alone in this universe? Big data algorithms may help find answerHabitability depends on an understanding of physical planetary parameters like orbital properties, chemical composition, mass, radius, density, and more.
Jan 02, 2018
Scientists discover four new 'hot Jupiter' exoplanets orbiting dwarf starsUsing telescopes of the Hungarian-made Automated Telescope Network-South (HATSouth) Exoplanet Survey, the team observed four G-type dwarf stars known as HATS-50, HATS-51, HATS-52 and HATS-53.